Book activities are a great way to extend a book after reading. Today, we are going inside Rosie’s Walk and doing some fun positional word activity ideas. So, get ready to jump into these Rosie’s Walk activities.
Rosie’s Walk Book
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Rosie’s Walkby Pat Hutchins is a classic. Rosie goes out for a walk and a sly fox is trying to follow her. But, look closely at the illustrations because the fox’s walk is not as serene as Rosie’s. Will Rosie make it back home safely?
This book is great for working on positional words. The activities below will reinforce this vocabulary
Rosie’s Walk Activities
Skills: Students will be working on positional word vocabulary.
Materials Needed: Printables (b&w) for each student, colored printable (1 set), writing utensils
Set Up: Print the b&w printables for each student. Print a color set for classroom use and laminate for durability if desired.
Activity 1: Follow Along
Retell the story using the story map sheet. The colored sheet can be used for a whole group activity and the black & white version can be used for individual retellings. Students can even draw a line path on the black & white printable to illustrate each positional word.
Activity 2: Word Match
Use the word cards to match the words on the story map sheets. This activity can again be done as a whole group using the colored printables or as an individual activity with the black and white printables.
Activity 3: Illustrate the Word
The last sheet can be used for students to illustrate each positional word in the boxes
Rosie’s Walk Activity Printables
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